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I am certainly not wealthy, which requires me to reconsider every purchase I make. I keep my phone for years, buy from the Habitat for Humanity Store, use what I have to make reusable face masks, buy "gently used" items, clothes, etc. I need to eat, that's a necessity. So I don't buy chemicals. That meant learning to grow food in containers, healthy food, which required learning about permaculture, worm composting indoors. (It does not smell). I use transit or my feet to travel. All of these changes are important to reduced kitchen scraps (worm compost), improve food using compost for good soil biology.